Dulce is a mother of two who experiences terrifying encounters with apparitions inside her old house, a place where a tragedy occurs. Thirty years later, an elderly Dulce returns home to decipher the mystery that has tormented her for so long.
Spain, 1950s. Montse's agoraphobia keeps her locked in a sinister apartment in Madrid and her only link to reality is the little sister she lost her youth raising. But one day, a reckless ... See full summary »
Nadia de Santiago,
The first Venezuelan supernatural thriller: Dulce is a mother of two who suddenly experiences terrifying encounters with mysterious apparitions inside her old house, a place where a terrible prophecy is about to be unleashed. Thirty years later, an elderly Dulce returns home to decipher the mystery and the tragedy that have tormented her for so long.Written by
It is the most famous Venezuelan film in the world, after its distribution in more than 33 countries. See more »
After the scene where the two kids are running down the stairs, the mother is seen ironing some clothes. You can clearly see her put the iron down the wrong way. In real life it would probably burn the ironing board. See more »
Well, I am going to start by saying that I'm Venezuelan and I usually hate venezuelan movies, they are too violent and pointless and I refused to waste my time with those kinds of films. "La Casa del fin de los tiempos" is just amazing, it's a well made thriller with a pinch of horror, but the story is just awesome. The cast is one of the best you can find in the country but the story.. oh the story. It starts with a lot of "action" and you might assume it's just a regular horror movie but while the minutes go by you realize that not everything is what it seems to be. The only negative aspect would be in my opinion the make up but Rudy Rodriguez's performance makes you forget about it. I am proud of this film and I am glad I gave venezuelan movies another chance.
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